Bio

Dr. Miranda-Grajales

Dr. Miranda-Grajales is fluent in Spanish/English.  He obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in General Sciences from the University of Puerto Rico and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2003.  He then studied medicine at the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine and graduated Magna Cum Laude with the class of 2007.  He did an internship in Internal Medicine at the VA Medical Center in San Juan, P.R. from 2007-08.  He then moved to Miami, FL and accepted a position as a resident of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital in 2008.  He served as Chief Resident from 2010-11 and graduated from PM&R in 2011.  He then moved to New York City where he accepted a position as a Pain Management fellow at Beth Israel Medical Center (ACGME accredited fellowship), where he graduated from in 2012.  He is a Certified Independent Medical Examiner, certified by the American Board of Independent Medical Examiners (ABIME).  He completed his Life Care Planner Certification through the University of Florida, College of Public Health & Human Professions, Department of Behavioral Science & Community Health.

Dr. Miranda-Grajales is licensed to practice medicine in Texas and Florida.

He is currently the medical director of Medical Injury Rehabilitation Specialists, in West Lake Hills (Austin), TX.  He specializes in the treatment of acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions.  He is trained in doing: EMG and nerve conduction study analysis, axial CT scan and MRI assessments,  spinal cord stimulator trials/implants, pain pump trial/implants and dose adjustments, baclofen pump trial/implants and dose adjustments, cervical/thoracic/lumbar facet blocks, cervical/thoracic/lumbar epidural steroid injections, cervical/thoracic/lumbar radiofrequency ablations, lumbar sympathetic blocks, stellate ganglion blocks, IV ketamine therapy, trigger point injections, sacroiliac joint injections, peripheral joint injections, epidural lysis of adhesions.

Dr. Miranda-Grajales is a member of the following associations:

American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine

American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians

American Medical Association

 

POSTERS & PUBLICATIONS

2013

  • Miranda-Grajales H. , Hao J, Cruciani R. False Sense of Safety by Daily QTc Interval Monitoring During Methadone IVPCA Titration in a Patient with Chronic Pain. Journal of Pain Research; May 2013;6 375-378.

2010 -11

  • Miranda H., Khurana Managing Spinal Cord Injury Caused by Inadvertent Intrathecal Vincristine in a Patient with T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; April 2010; 89(4); 15.
    • Case Report presented at the Association of Academic Physiatrists 2010 Annual Assembly; April, 2010; Bonita Springs.
    • Case Report accepted for presentation at the 2010 American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Annual Assembly; November, 2010; Seattle.
  • Miranda H., Mena Contrasting Cases of Peroneal Neuropathy: a Case Series and Review of the Literature.
    • Case Report accepted for presentation at the 2010 American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Annual Assembly; November, 2010; Seattle.

2008-09

  • Miranda H., Nedd K. Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis: Two Disparate Initial Presentations of one Diagnosis: a Case Series. PM&R; September, 2009. 1(9); 163-164.
    • Case Report presented at the 2009 American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annual Assembly, September, 2009; Austin.
  • Miranda H., Nedd K. Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type II, a Progressive Congenital Muscular Debilitating Condition. PM&R; September, 2009. 1(9); 174.
    • Case Report presented at the 2009 American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annual Assembly, September, 2009; Austin.
  • Miranda H., Samson G. An Elusive and Overlooked Etiology of Spinal Cord Injury: the Human T-Cell Lymphotropic Virus. PM&R; September, 2009. 1(9); 247-248.
    • Case Report presented at the 2009 American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annual Assembly, September, 2009; Austin.

 

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4201 Bee Caves Rd
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West Lake Hills, TX
78746

We also offer PM&R (Dr. Miranda-Grajales) and Neurology (Dr. Rundle-Gonzalez) evaluation/treatment, for more information call 512-960-4717.

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Tel: 512-960-4717
Email: admin@mdclcp.net
4201 Bee Caves Rd
Suite C-213
West Lake Hills, TX
78746

We also offer PM&R (Dr. Miranda-Grajales) and Neurology (Dr. Rundle-Gonzalez) evaluation/treatment, for more information call 512-960-4717.